About William J. Seymour
Growing up in Northern New York, I spent most of my childhood reading the classics like Tolkien and Brooks. An avid reader since childhood, fantasy, and all its variations have always been the go-to for storytelling.
Introduced to the more gritty style of Gemmell, Lawrence, and Abercrombie, my fantasy writing became more comfortable as it found its natural style in the darker side of the epic tale.
Always one to tell a story, you can find me working diligently on the next tale either at the local library, a corner bookstore, or at home with my family as we sit around the table and hash out new adventures with the roll of the dice.
In a war-torn, fractured America, a lone man walks the desolate highway. Filled with the infected and the last unconnected remnants of society, he heads west carrying with him a single bag over his shoulder and the ghosts he has left in his wake.
Merchant is the first book in a story that will extend the breadth of America and leave in its wake a tale of destruction and redemption.
The world of Azhana burns with the fires of war. The Republic marches east with dreams of spreading their beliefs and the righteous power of their god, while the free countries of Azhana struggle to keep their lands and people safe from tyranny. The war is endless, the lines of battle are no longer clear, and the enemy is the last person you would expect. Dark Choices will decide who lives or dies.
Trail of Darkness
This Christmas means a new home for Liz and her family. Portswell, New York. A small town tucked into the deep woods of the Adirondack Mountains.
For Detective Marc Stutton it’s a new case taking an unexpected twist. A family with a file full of secrets moving not only into his jurisdiction but into a house with its own secrets.
This season will lead both into the darkest night of the year.
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